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Students receive first EPFL master’s degrees in digital humanities

On October 5, EPFL awarded five students with the school’s very first master’s degrees in the field of digital humanities at the annual graduation event, Magistrale.

Launched in September 2017, the Master of Science in Digital Humanities program in the EPFL College of Humanities is a comprehensive course of study that covers both foundations and applications in computer science and the humanities. Students learn how to transform data from global cultural heritage, historical archives and social media into a deeper understanding of the world we live in. Their projects span the fields of musicology, social media, literature, arts, user experience, history, and more.

Congratulations to these students!

Source : EPFL website



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